UAE embassies provide valuable humanitarian service during Ramadan. WAM
It is not just a spectacle watching 35,000 people converge at the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Ramadan for UAEs largest Iftar (breaking of fast at the sunset), but also a logistical masterclass — considering the smooth manner in which the gathered faithful are served food — and perfect preparations by the Abu Dhabi Armed Forces Club and Hotel chefs who work all day at the mosque’s massive kitchen to produce the free meals for the worshippers.
Intentions or resolutions don’t come only on New Year’s Eve. This year a few expat residents kept dietary resolutions starting from the onset of Ramadan extending throughout the month.
The Sheikh Zayed Mosque in Fujairah witnessed 1,304 worshippers performing Taraweeh prayer. The Tahajud prayer was performed by 5,103 worshippers.
The man’s vehicle was stuck in the sand in the desert of Al Dhafra. The Emirati’s family reported it to the authorities that he has not returned home prompting them to launch a rescue operation.
In Al Khan area, residents were seen fishing and enjoying the cool breeze. Last week the UAE schools went on winter vacation, so families and youngster were seen holding picnic at the corniche, making the most of the pleasant weather.
The Ruler’s Court extended sincere condolences and sympathy to the deceased’s family and his relatives, and to all esteemed members of Al Qasimi family, praying to Allah to bestow His mercy upon the deceased.